By Karla H. Marco
An inventive non-fiction, in keeping with the reports of a former member of a Christian monastic congregation. it's a close-up view of non secular vocation, contemplative lifestyles, and clergy misbehavior.
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Kari confessed to Fr. Gabriel that he always felt depressed and miserable. Even outside classes, he would be zoning out of the domestic routines and move into his obscured desires. There were not much reasons in his routines to make him feel happy either at home or in school. At home, no one seemed able to share him reason to be hopeful about anything. At school, Kari did not have friends with whom he could express his emotions. It must be the usual male inability to freely share and express emotional problems to a fellow male.
But Kari felt he could not show much sociability; 48 Candlelights not that he was unsociable. He just could not concentrate on anything. He sensed all the torment building up inside him and he felt tight again. Inside his stomach throbbed waves of cramps. He felt the loss of enthusiasm and the surge of restlessness creeping all over his body—steadily suffocating every sense of self-trust. He sure lost his appetite when the monks invited them for supper. But Kari didn’t want them to worry about him.
21) that went with either coffee, tea, or distilled water (water that sucks the body’s minerals and discharge them without your permission). The airline had struck a superb tactic; in fact, a trick. The airline saved money by offering a token ritual and not give up the idea of a meal. It really didn’t matter much whether you ate your meal or not. When you consumed your “meal,” nothing much was ingested. When you didn’t eat it, there is no difference—the coffee, tea, or water did still fill your belly.
Candlelights: Memories of a Former Religious Brother Seminarian by Karla H. Marco